The amazing and spectacular Rhubarb Theatre present a cart full of surprises for all ages and locations…
Provided by Marky Jay, there will be lots of circus skills to try out and to participate in.
We will be running a FREE graffiti wall mural workshop and design your own T-shirt workshop at the music festival.
Foolishly John Lambton throws the strange googly eyed fish back into the river. What has he done! The Fish grew and grew and grew until…
Zorbing involves rolling in a giant inflatable ball. Zorbs are approximately 3m in diameter and are constructed of both an inner, and an outer sphere.
One of Europe’s fastest growing sports, experience the reality of rock climbing and abseiling in a safe environment. The wall stands at 25ft high and has multiple routes that can be made harder or easier.
A combination of four trampolines and bungees, the bungee trampoline gives everyone the thrill of zero gravity whilst doing single, double and triple somersaults! A truly exhilarating experience for all!
Moosical fun for your little one! Younger family members and their grown-ups can enjoy some ‘moosical’ fun with Moo Music.
Get creative with The Happy Art Company. Throughout the day, children and the young at heart can drop in for free and use an array of colourful feathers, sequins, stickers, stencils and pens to decorate a mask to wear at the festival.
Rock Out! will have their own stage on the day and their students and tutor band will be performing various songs, so arrive at the festival when the gates open at 10am to see the futures stars performing.
Situated at the bottom of Arlebury Park a skatepark. It’s a short walk from the festival arena and is a metal ramp park.
The concept of a silent disco is that everyone are given a set of wireless headphones and the music is played through them.
Often referred as ‘The UK’s Modern Magician’ – Jared Gale isn’t your standard cheesy children’s magician.
The Mayflower Musical Youth Theatre offer the opportunity for young people to develop their creative talent & skills.
Situated towards the bottom of Arlebury Park is a children’s playground and it’s only a short walk from the festival arena.